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BBII 05-08 100 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS TEAS TAP TASTE FOR THE ORIENT With the thirst for ready-to-drink premium iced teas on the rise, RC Cola International is launching a next-generation „tea time“ for Eastern European consumers. The company is introducing its coveted Orient Emporium Tea Co. brand in 25 cl slim cans.

– with its premiu, sleek design in keeping with the Bacardi image – featuring the Bacardi portfolio of products at duty-free prices and for the first time, a variety of high-end Bacardi branded accessories including hats, shirts, gym bags, umbrellas, towels and other items not available for purchase in any other retail store in the world. Also available at this store are premium spirits and branded items from ohter products in the Bacardi portfolio including Greey Goose vodka, Bombay Sapphire gin, Dewar’s Scotch whisky and Cazadores tequila.

CALYPSO LAUNCHES “ETHICAL WATER”

Their intricate Asiatic designs are brought vividly to life with ...

BBII 05-08 101 International Events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS PETNOLOGY EUROPE 2009 IN COOPERATION WITH ANUGA FOODTEC The 12th PETnology Europe will take place in March 2009 in Cologne. And since Anuga FoodTec runs during the same period, from 10th to 13th March, visitors have the opportunity to link the PETnology Europe 2009 sector meeting with the leading international trade fair for food and beverage technology. The congress and the trade fair will converge spatially as well, because the Cologne exhibition centre is an ideal venue for the PETnology Europe gathering. The two-day congress begins one day before Anuga FoodTec in the Kristallsaal and the adjacent Koelnmesse grounds. As usual, the supporting programme will begin on the previous evening and take place in the pleasant atmosphere of partner hotels in the centre of Cologne. For further information: www.petnology.com www.anugafoodtec.com

FLAVEURS BIÈRES ET CAPRICES The Mondial de la bière festival presents the second edition of its culinary event, Fla ...

BBII 05-08 102-103 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES SPOTLIGHT ON BEER Consulting, engineering, equipment and services: At BRAU Beviale 2008 Sidel will be presenting its solutions for the world’s largest packaging market – beer bottling. For the past several years, Sidel has viewed PET bottles as a potential stimulus for the world beer market. The Combi, a machine that incorporates blowing, filling and capping, has been specially adapted to beer bottling, ensuring unmatched productivity.

valve blanking plug, states the manufacturer. The blanking plug is used as a placeholder for a double seat valve insert and provides simple retrofitting of valves and valve manifolds.

BERICAP’S SUPERSHORTY® AND SPORTSCAP FOR PCO 1881

Subsequent sawing and welding as well as tensions in the manifolds resulting from it are omitted. Valve housing and blanking plug are immediately built into the valve matrix according to the long-term planning. The valve retrofitting is carried out quickly and si ...

BBII 05-08 12 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Global Bottled Water maintains growth momentum Global bottled water consumption advanced 6 per cent to 206 billion litres in 2007, according to the new 2008 Global Bottled Water report from leading drinks consultancy Zenith International. Growing demand for pure water in emerging markets outweighed the impact of poor summer weather in the most developed market of West Europe. sia/Australasia reinforced its position as the largest regional market with a 26.5 per cent share, achieving a 10 per cent increase on 2006 volumes. Africa and East Europe also recorded gains of 14 per cent and 10 per cent respectively. These two regions, however, hold the smallest overall shares. Volumes climbed in all other regions except West Europe, which dipped by 0.2 per cent. “Media debate about the environmental impact of bottled water will have had some impact in the United States and West Europe, but last year’s wet summer was of greater consequence in West Europe ...

BBII 05-08 14-19 Beer Journey to the middle Kingdom
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BEER JOURNEY TO THE MIDDLE KINGDOM A survey of the Chinese beer market During a two-week journey, it is only possible to visit a small part of China. If, however, the destinations are selected specifically, it is possible to look behind the scenes. There were many astonishing and exceptional things to see: For instance, beer brewing in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, on an altitude of 3 810 m is definitely very different from beer brewing in our latitudes. bout 15 years ago, China was still on the third position in global beer production. Today, China is the unchallenged world market leader with 395.4 m hl in 2007. It is a development which experienced ups and downs until it met with success.

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At the beginning of the nineties, around 1 300 mostly medium sized but also large breweries supplied the Chinese market. The biggest problems during that time were the lacking skilled workers and obsolete equipment. Most of the responsible managers came from the party cadr ...

BBII 05-08 20-22 First Confidence then Disillusion
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FIRST CONFIDENCE, THEN DISILLUSION Worldwide cereals markets remain tough In June 2008, all cereal experts were still optimistic: After the worldwide positive cereal harvest 2007, there might be a record harvest of 1 070 m tons in 2007/2008, this would be 3.5 m tons more than in 2007. But this confidence only lasted until the middle of June; then there were unexpected natural disasters. The following article is going to deal with the consequences for the cereal market. n the US, people expected 24 m tons less maize in 2007/08, because with 34.8 m hectares the acreage was reduced by 3.1 m hectares. A worldwide wheat consumption of 642 m tons

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is expected for 2008/09. Here, the EU with its 27 members holds the first position with 129 m tons, 63 m tons are used up as fodder. The EU net export might reach 10 m tons. In most of the countries,

the stocks could be filled again so that at the end of 2008/09 124 m tons of wheat would ...

BBII 05-08 23 Understanding your importer partner not enemy
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HORST DORNBUSCH REPORTS FROM THE USA BBII 5

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Understanding your importer: partner, not enemy Today, there are literally thousands of imported beer brands on the market in the United States as a whole. These brands are imported from all over the world, ranging from small beer producers, such as Lithuania and Honduras, to large ones such as Germany, Belgium, Mexico and Holland. However, wholesale distributors have only a finite amount of warehouse space to hold all these SKUs. The same goes for retailers who have only a finite amount of shelf space, both warm and cold, in their stores. Therefore, picking the right importer with connections to the right trade chain is essential for the success or failure of your export ambitions to the United States.

more appropriately, new “victim” – and reorders slow down or stop altogether. From the distributor’s and importer’s point of view, this is an efficient business model, because it makes bre ...

BBII 05-08 24-29 Cultivation - Alternative - Acceptance
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CULTIVATION – ALTERNATIVE – ACCEPTANCE Application of winter malting barley – risk or chance In contrast to high quality summer malting barley, the cultivation of winter barley for brewing purposes has long been past history. In almost all countries, the cultivation mainly concentrated on the summer malting barley varieties. In the past, winter barley was mainly used as feed barley, so the systematic cultivation of winter malting barley has been disregarded up to now both by agrarian economy, malting and brewing trade. ue to declining crop areas for summer malting barley including the related supply shortfalls, an increasing demand from Eastern Europe, increased competitive pressure by energy fruits and weather damages caused by changing climate conditions, the market situation has clearly got tough in the past two years [1]. The world beer consumption, however,

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is continuously on the increase. Thus, the appliance of winter barley for brewing purposes ...

BBII 05-08 30-31 Sobering insights inspiring outlook
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SOBERING INSIGHTS, INSPIRING OUTLOOK Getting to the bottom of new trends in spirits In the end, the market is just another word for “consumers.” As such, any successful business enterprise has to be tailored to their needs – that’s the theory, at any rate. A Symrise study on the spirits market paints quite a different picture. pirits encompass a broad spectrum of products ranging from “hard” liquor to mild liqueurs, from popular mixers to the schnapps Grandma drank for her health, from standbys like herbal liqueurs to products intended for consumption on very specific occasions. But is all of this variety really what consumers want What do the manufacturers of alcoholic beverages really know about consumer preferences How do consumers feel about

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the selection of alcohol-containing drinks Symrise has addressed these questions through an innovative study.

Research aimed at understanding consumers Symrise maintains a worldwide sensory co ...

BBII 05-08 32-40 How much gets through
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HOW MUCH GETS THROUGH Determination of the oxygen transmission rate into PET bottles A new non-invasive and non-destructive fibre optic oxygen meter determines oxygen permeability of plastic bottles and containers via measuring trace concentrations of oxygen inside the package. Ideal for assurance, production and quality control applications, this system incorporates the latest state-of-the-art in optical-chemical sensor technology. Permeation rates can be confirmed without piercing the package or bottle. Oxygen ingress or seal integrity can be verified as it occurs in normal packaging processes. The sensing principle is based on a fluorescence quenching method enabling oxygen measurements in a non-destructive way. A trace oxygen sensor spot is placed on the inner wall of the transparent bottle or package and a fibre optic cable is positioned on the outside. The luminescence lifetime of the oxygen-sensitive spot changes with the oxygen concentration and is therefore acting as the oxy ...

BBII 05-08 3 World Brewing Congress Hawaii
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

WORLD BREWING CONGRESS, HAWAII SEARCHING A STRATEGIC ORIENTATION Once again, the World Brewing Congress (WBC) which takes place every four years was a great success. More than 800 visitors came to Honolulu, Hawaii, and seized the excellent opportunity for worldwide networking besides the professional incitements. According to many visitors, however, the organisers have to think about which direction the WBC is to take in the future. The question is whether the WBC shall become a scientific congress on the highest level, whether small brewers with their differentiating We would like to thank questions shall be included and whether our partners for supporting the focus is to be on US American topics our WBC student sponsoring: or more and more on international topics. The students who we invited to Honolulu together with our partners drinktec, KHS AG and Ziemann also confirmed that it was definitely worthwhile visiting the WBC. Yo ...

BBII 05-08 42-44 In one step
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IN ONE STEP CSS beer stabilisation at Schincariol

Primo Schincariol is the largest Brazilian brewery group, because Ambev has become a Belgian company since the merger with Interbrew. Schincariol produces approx. 18 m hl beer in eight breweries and its market share thus amounts to approx. 16 per cent. It is the first South American brewery which decided for the combined beer stabilisation with the Combined Stabilisation System CSS of the company Handtmann. he brewery in Alexania, approx. 100 km away from the capital city Brasilia, was built in 2003 and meanwhile, approx. 3 m hl beer are produced there. Nova Schin is the most important type with 80 per cent. Furthermore, 20 per cent of other types are produced.

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Up to now, the brewery stabilised its beers traditionally with silica gel and lost PVPP in a kieselguhr filter. The average stability of the beers which had been filtered in a kieselguhr filter and stabilised traditionally were nine months. ...

BBII 05-08 46-49 Brand Building 2.0
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BRAND BUILDING 2.0 How the Exclusive Glass is conquering the world of drinking Samuel Adams, Carlsberg, Absolut, Ramazzotti and many more, a branding-trend from Germany conquers the world of beverage. More and more drinks have their own exclusive, very special drinking glasses. Special in form and function – but why s it just a matter of taste Or what really makes us buy a drink Just thirst Or maybe even more because it’s a particular brand Enjoy Coke or Pepsi, Vodka or Rum, Averna or Ramazzotti or a certain juice Every kind of drink and every culture possess their own brands.

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Numerous beverage-brands are branded into our brains and are part of our mental map – whether we know it – consciously or sub-

consciously. And the right glass out of which you enjoy your favourite drink supports that “right” feeling. Or as Professor Frank-Martin Belz, responsible for the economic aspects of brewing and beverage at the TU München-Weihenstephan, ...

BBII 05-08 50-52 Even more user-oriented
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EVEN MORE USER-ORIENTED Labelling glues from a new perspective Labelling requires very high standards on all materials applied. This is particularly true for the glues which are used for labelling. A strong price increase for the raw material casein pushes the prices for conventional labelling glues and forces the producers of labelling glues to rethink and act. igh-quality aqueous labelling glues are traditionally based on casein and starches. Casein, the main fraction of milk protein which precipitates in acidic media, is a unique and complex natural product and the sum of its characteristics cannot yet be copied with synthetic compounds.

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The casein price, however, is subject to strong periodical fluctuations. Just for this reason, the chemical industry has been searching for casein substitutes with a comparable characteristics profile (See fig. 1).

Light and shadow Pure casein glues are still the first choice for labelling on glass in the retu ...

BBII 05-08 53-55 BRAU Beviale 2008 City air makes you thirsty
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BRAU BEVIALE 2008: CITY AIR MAKES YOU THIRSTY Beverage consumption potential in Europe BRAU Beviale 2008 opens its doors in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 12-14 November. The industry’s most important international capital goods exhibition this year invites the experts and a good 1 400 exhibitors of beverage raw materials, technologies, logistics and marketing ideas with highly communicative stand crews and some 34 000 potential customers are pleased to come.

hose faced with investment decisions need competent advice – and apparently feel they are in excellent hands in Nuremberg: According to a survey by an independent institute, 97 % of the visitors in 2007 were not only highly satisfied with the products on display at their BRAU Beviale, but also with the information and contact opportunities on the exhibition stands.

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Demographic changes influence beverage markets The actual moment passed completely unnoticed, but 2007 nevertheless de ...

BBII 05-08 56-59 BRAU Beviale Exhibition Guide
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BRAU Beviale Exhibition Guide Joh. Barth & Sohn/Barth Haas-Group: Hops for the world „Hops is our world.“ In a special beer tasting, Germany’s biggest hop trading company wants to demonstrate the meaning of this company motto: How to create new beer styles using special hop aroma products What are the sensory differences of the main hop varieties How changes the taste of beer if hop is added at different process stages

Tasting schedule: 12. 11. 2008, 15 h, 13. 11. 2008, 11 and 15 h, 14. 11. 2008, 11 h. Reservation requested: christina.schoenberger@johbarth.de Hall 1, Stand 227

the filtration of liquids, a new filter material made of Polypropylene monofilaments with pore size of 0.8 microns and a pore distribution of 4 620 per cm2 is offered. It allows for high flow rates and excellent filtration results. The material is heat resistant up to 121 °C, inorganic and resistant to most chemicals. Hall 4, Stand 303

Freudenberg: Universal material f ...

BBII 05-08 60-63 Clean Operation
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CLEAN OPERATION Filtration of gases and superheated steam

Again and again, technicians are faced with many questions concerning the design of filters in the field of gases and steam. What has to be considered during selection, placing of the correct filter size, installation and sort of filter Shall a diaphragm filter, a deepbed filter, a candle filter, a disposable or reusable filter be preferred What about operational safety, maintenance, running expenses, warehousing, spare part business of the respective filter

Filtration of compressed air/gas

by means of a refrigerant type drier or adsorption drier. It is important to place a preliminary filter, an activated carbon filter and a sterile filter directly after the drier and before the pressure

Basically, all compressed gases have to be dried before fine or sterile filtration. This takes place

chamber. Thus, a buffer with odourfree, dry and sterile compressed air will be di ...

BBII 05-08 6-11 World News
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

InBev faces cost explosion and lower sales Brewer InBev SA said its costs will grow more than expected this year as third-quarter prices for barley and malt climb and wages increase in line with high inflation. The Belgianbased company said it will accelerate cost-cutting efforts, using its global muscle to keep supply costs down, and hedge on commodities price exposure. InBev also forecasts that total volumes of the beer it sells will increase in the „low single-digit percentage range.“ „We expect that North America, Latin America North, Latin America South and Asia Pacific will report growth in total volumes, while in Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe small declines in volumes are expected to occur,“ the company said in a trading update. Sales are falling in Russia and Ukraine where the company is shifting away from low-end beers toward premium beer that costs more to package.

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Kirin to buy Australia ...

BBII 05-08 64-66 Enzymes for short maturation wines
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ENZYMES FOR SHORT MATURATION WINES The use of pectinases in wine-making during extraction, focussing on the Vinozym Process The biological significance of enzymes in the wine-making process is to enhance the extraction process, maximise the yield, and intensify the flavour and aroma. As enzymes are natural oenological tools, their addition do not alter the inherent flavours of the wine but rather enhance them. As some enzymes are already organically present in grapes, supplementary enzymes do not jeopardize the integrity of the methods used by wine-makers. On the contrary. he process efficiency in the production of red, white, and rosé short-maturation wines can be greatly assisted through the usage of commercial enzymes at the extraction phase, such as Novozymes’ latest addition to their wine portfolio, Vinozym Process. This unique, purified enzyme solution has been specifically developed to complement modern extraction methods for short maturation wines.

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BBII 05-08 67-71 Control is essential
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CONTROL IS ESSENTIAL The truth about oxygen measurement technologies As all major oxygen analyzer suppliers have released an improved version of their existing products or launched a new product based on optical technology over the past 2 years, we thought it would be an appropriate time to review the existing technologies from a critical and objective viewpoint. Based on the oxygen measurement experience amassed by Orbisphere over 40 years in the brewing industry, and in both amperometric and optical technologies, we have evaluated the advantages and drawbacks of the most common oxygen sensors from the point of view of brewer’s needs. Critical aspects such as response time, long-term stability, and process condition effects are discussed as well as the benefits of the latest development on the oxygen optical sensors.

he effect of oxygen on the different stages of beer production in addition to the importance of maintaining appropriate oxygen levels has been reviewed in ...

BBII 05-08 72-80 World Brewing Congress
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WBC-SPECIAL

WORLD BREWING CONGRESS The world brewing industry meeting in Hawaii From August 2 until August 6, 2008, the World Brewing Congress which takes place every four years was held before the gorgeous scenery of Honolulu, Hawaii. More than 800 participants had found their way to Hawaii. The majority of the congress participants came from the USA while the vast majority of the approx. 100 exhibitors came from Germany. The event which was well organised and just as is the rule with US American events performed in a very informal way met with good response from visitors and exhibitors. The mixture of congress, poster presentation and suppliers’ presence, as well as the possibility to communicate with colleagues and subcontractors from all over the world was again a convincing conception. It was a remarkable fact, by the way, that similar to the number of exhibitors, Germany was also well represented with a large number of poster presentations, particularly by VLB Ber ...

BBII 05-08 81-85 Summary by the students
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WBC-SPECIAL

Summary by the students In order to give the students the opportunity to have their say not only in respect of content, we also asked them about their personal impressions of the congress.

Simon Henke In the land of unlimited opportunities, no ordinary brewing congress takes place, but the World Brewing Congress. As if this wasn’t enough attraction already, the organising associations MBAA and ASBC chose the Hawaii Convention Center as venue which is only a stone’s throw from the Waikiki Beach/ Honolulu. The congress participants thus had the opportunity for an exchange with the worldwide who’s who of the brewing technology. Due to the classification of the professional lectures according to topics, which partly took place at the same time, the participants were often spoilt for choice but yet it was possible to attend the daily programme according to one’s own preferences without missing something. And if this did happen one time, the part ...

BBII 05-08 86-89 Reduction of wort boiling time
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REDUCTION OF WORT BOILING TIME New apparatus to increase evaporation rates during whirlpool rest Due to the introduction of new boiler types with an improved heat transfer and mainly due to the integration of a rectification in the boiling process, – connected with the associated sharp increase of evaporation efficiency – it has become possible to reduce wort boiling times drastically today. In order to be able to make use of the advantages of reduced boiling times without having to accept losses of flavour, a new system has been developed which is able to increase the evaporation rate during the whirlpool rest to such an extent that adverse effects on flavour can be avoided despite increased precursor contents of undesired aromatic substances. he enormous advantages of reduced boiling times, such as e.g. the lower thermal strain of the wort, as well as higher contents of still coagulable nitrogen, however, go hand in hand with one decisive disadvantage: An insufficient dissociat ...

BBII 05-08 90-91 The need for crop protection
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THE NEED FOR CROP PROTECTION EU Pesticide Legislation: weighting the consequences It may not be widely known, but legislation is currently being written in Brussels that some experts believe could have profound impacts on European food production, where the food we eat originates from, and even on how much we pay for fruit, vegetables and other staples. he European Union is in the process of deciding on new legislation that will limit the availability of pesticides in European markets. Substantial changes proposed to ingredients allowed in the making of such products are raising the alarm in the food sector and agrochemical industry. Should the new pesticide regulation be approved, the sale of up to 85 per cent of pesticides and 80 per cent of insecticides used in agriculture today will be banned. The ban will undoubtedly have more ramifications than just a reduction in annual agricultural production. The food and beverage industry will also be hit by a decrease in the production of ...

BBII 05-08 92-95 Advantage as an All-Rounder
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ADVANTAGE AS AN ALL-ROUNDER Small but nice: cluster formation in medium-sized companies On congresses, economic events and trade fair lectures, the word “network” appears again and again. The world has discovered a new magic word which, together with the keywords globalisation and cluster formation, is expected to meet the new challenges of modern free market economy. asically, the idea of networks is very old. Unity is strength – even the Babylonians knew this already. Based on this saying, the first mergers came up.

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But today, this idea has a new significance, because the markets are getting tighter, the margins are lower and the concentration on the core business only provides little scope. Someone who wants to start a business today must present a razor sharp profile and know the company’s USP (Unique Selling Position) and ideally also

the competitor’s USP by heart. And someone who wants to hold his ground on the market won’t get ...

BBII 05-08 96-97 Two Pallets of beer on the fork and zero per mille blood alcohol
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TWO PALLETS OF BEER ON THE FORK AND ZERO PER MILLE BLOOD ALCOHOL Driverless transport system for warehouse logistics in the beverage industry Egemin, a leading producer for automation projects, installed a system in a large American brewery with which the efficiency of warehouse logistics can be increased. These driverless transport systems have left the fledgling stage and have developed to mature and profitable automation solutions. hirty two strong colleagues, everyone of them carrying a large fork on his waist, are moving through the warehouse. Their heavy job is to transport the beer pallets, every single one of which has a weight of 1250 kg, to the respective dispatch gates or free spaces in the high-bay racking. The weight is no problem for the strong forklift trucks and so they are also able to transport two pallets at the same time, if required.

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They work in a three shift operation, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and belong to the automated guide ...

BBII 05-08 98-99 Doemens News
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Dear readers, Born in 1946, grown up in Munich, studies and graduation in Weihenstephan – I joined Coca-Cola GmbH in Essen in 1975, followed by 28 exciting years which took me to the most various technical jobs and tasks in Europe, USA and, finally, Japan. My decision to go into business for myself and set about new goals made me return to Munich in 2004. Since then, among others, I have been working as a freelancer at Doemens Academy. Over the years, I had to learn that professional competence is an indispensable basis for success – but also completely valueless if it does not go hand in hand with management competence. So I now try to pass on my experience in the field of management and personnel management – Business Behaviour – to my students and seminar participants today. To me, “Leadership” is not dependent on a hierarchical level, or the number of subordinates, but solely on the responsibility each one is prepared to take. And this is just a challenge for everyone ...
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